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Unformatted text preview: TALLAHASSEE COMMUNITY COLLEGE CALC II-MAC 2312—36686 - FALL 2005 TEST #4 (PT la) - Sects. 11.1, 11.2, ' ﬁmgé 113' 11-4I 12-1r 12-2 FIRST +3“:- B Eliminatethe arameter: TEXT: STEWART'S 5TH INSTRUCTOR: D. JONES DAY/DATE MON., 12/05/05 +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ INSTRUCTIONS: Do this‘problem on these two pages. No calculator is allowed. When you are finished with this problem, turn it in, get out your calculator, and get (from me) the other 4 problems on part #1 of this test. ‘ Box your final answer and circle any “partial credit results.” Write on one‘side of this paper and do not cross the left margin, +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ #1/>10. This is a NON-CALCULATOR problem. Also, please use a straightedgein constructing your graph. [A 1 Sketch the curve by using the parametric equations to plot points. Indicate with an arrow the direction in which the curve is traced as tincreases. [B] ‘ Eliminate the parameter to ﬁnd a Cartesian equation of the curve. x=5—t, y=—(t2—4), —4_<_tS4. Graghing area: 4:} t w s5 ,2 it, I is E g Q‘ g I» i, if T r t it t? E: I E? hen you have finished this part of TEST #4 - Part #1, you need to “trade it in” for the rest of Part #1. CALC II " 36685 == FALL 2005 =.='TEST #4 PART 1“ Page 1 °f 1 CALC II == 36686 ='= FALL 2005 == TEST #4 PART 18. Page 2 of 2 3emz95w226mm ' f ' “ ‘T‘EET sewn-NA 75 I ’ > J ' ' 1 ’ i ¥ ‘ * 1 1c "729+ "@4431 b, ﬁt ellg'LET/LUL “ﬂit, gmﬁc Pub! Cb¢>h3élw~>+55 g) GMCOEG)JE ‘ [4 LL 5%? *5 H > wzl86drf=ﬁ lg» t; ~ H .o-7Q~4/\ tz‘oﬁwsycwj ...
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